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Julia Griffin is senior coordinator of digital video at PBS NewsHour where she oversees the daily production of video content for the organization’s website and social media platforms.
In her time at NewsHour, Griffin has covered scientific discoveries, artistic achievements, natural disasters, foreign conflicts, economic losses and gains, battles on Capitol Hill and presidential campaigns. She studied marine biology, psychology and dance at Duke University, has a master's degree from U.C. Santa Barbara’s Bren School of Environmental Science and Management and is an alumni of the NBA’s Washington Wizards’ dance team. Griffin and her family live in Virginia.
Here are some highlights from each day of the first eight public hearings.
Russia launches a crew to film a movie in space for the first time, vaping rates among high schoolers plunged in 2021 and an all-female team leads the changing of the guard ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier,…
One in two children in the U.S. have detectable levels of lead in their blood, cavers descend to the bottom of Yemen’s ‘Well of Hell’ for the first time and newly discovered fossil footprints show earlier human arrival in North…
A new app helps treat spider phobias using augmented reality, researchers teach cows to use the potty and McDonald’s says it’ll phase out fossil-fuel based plastic from Happy Meal toys. Check out these stories and others you might have missed…
The world’s largest carbon capture plant is up and running in Iceland, workers fulfill artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s posthumous dream of wrapping the Arc de Triomphe in fabric and school districts across the country face bus driver shortages. Check out…
Thousands of discarded tents from a UK music festival are repurposed for refugees, global chip shortages prompt General Motors to shut down assembly plants and why women are posting videos about taking out their own IUDs. Check out these stories…
Egyptian researchers unearth a four-legged whale fossil, the EPA bans a pesticide linked to neurological problems in kids and China limits kids under 18 to three hours of online gaming a week. Check out these stories and others you might…
An Ivory Coast painter turns discarded flip-flops into art, new research suggests chemicals in household products are linked to 900,000 premature deaths each year and artist Josephine Baker is posthumously honored at Paris’s Pantheon. Check out these stories and others…
NASA welcomes applications for yearlong simulated missions to Mars, new research suggests increased screen time during the pandemic is leading to more nearsightedness in kids and scientists say our metabolisms don’t slow down in middle age after all. Check out…
An Argentinian lagoon turns an unnatural pink, a new Minnesota law provides alternative environments for incarcerated postpartum women and their babies and the Washington Football team bans Native American costumes and face paint from its stadium. Check out these stories…
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